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Where you are in the world makes a huge difference in your ability to save but also to spend. Because of this many people make a big deal about moving and even deciding where they want to live. There are many factors such as weather, demographics, crime, the growth of the place and towns, and costs too.
Because of these things, a lot of people consider moving to the big city and we don’t blame you. Some people may enjoy the hustle and bustle of city life as well. But aside from those specific things, there are other reasons to consider living in the big city. Even going to a slightly larger town where you get closer to the action can dramatically improve and benefit you too.
One perk is the public transportation and general walkability city living offers. Of course, people will complain about public transport, and all transport systems have their own flaws. However, when you go to big cities the systems are a little more robust. Because of this stronger system, a lot of city dwellers choose to ditch their cars as well. This can save you money because by living in a city you are closer to things. So even if you don’t like the bus system, you can walk to many places.
City living also offers an ample amount of attractions and entertainment. Of course, small towns do have their own events, but they aren’t as big or as grand. Not to mention that because bigger cities are bigger they can host several events and provide a lot of variety as well. From affordable options to cultural programs and more!
Another big perk to city living is networking and social possibilities. While you can find this in any town, a lot of times small towns lack the networking opportunities or any social groups for people to get together. When you go to bigger cities these are far more frequent.
While small cities may have some local and unique shops, big cities also have those in spades and then some. From restaurants to shopping, big cities are slowly developing stores that are unique to the city while having traditional big box stores too. These days it’s not out of the ordinary for big cities to provide dining experiences and shopping experiences that are unique.
The last big perk to city living is the medical services and care are readily available. With big cities, they’re going to have massive medical institutes to assist you. From youth to seniors, there a plethora of assistance that is available for city dwellers.
As you may notice these perks are very much the same to those who live in small towns. While that is true, living in a slightly larger town or even a big city can net you a significant difference in quality of life. Of course, there are some drawbacks as space may be limited and you may find yourself spending more money, but if you are strategic, you can leverage these benefits and more by living in the city.